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Movies
Recording a Time-Lapse Movie
Selecting Time-lapse movie from the MOVIE menu displays the menu shown in
Step 2, below.
Notes on Time-Lapse Movie
If possible, use the optional EH-62C AC adapter when recording time-lapse movies.
Take a test shot and view the results before beginning recording.
Time-Lapse Movie
To save power, the monitor turns off between frames. The display turns on automatically
immediately before the camera takes the next shot.
The file size of time lapse movies varies greatly depending on the option selected for image
quality.
Movies recorded at settings of FINE and NORMAL may seem slightly jerky when viewed
on the camera but will play back normally when displayed on a computer.
Highlight Time-lapse movie and press
d.
Choose interval between frames from
30 s
(thirty seconds),
1m
(one minute),
5m
(five
minutes),
10 m
(ten minutes),
30 m
(thirty
minutes), and
60 m
(sixty minutes).
Press
d
to set and return to Movie menu.
Return to Movie shooting screen.
Start recording. Camera will take pictures
at the specified interval until shutter-
release button is pressed again, memory
card is full, or 1800 frames have been
recorded.
TV movie 640
TV movie 640
Small size 320
Smaller size 160
MOVIE OPTIONS
MOVIE OPTIONS
Confirm
Exit
Time-lapse movie
1/2
1/2
Confirm
Exit
30s
1m
5m
10m
30m
SET INTERVAL TIME
1/2
SET INTERVAL TIME
1/2
298
298
NORM
NORM
1/60
1/60
F2.7
F2.7
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